PFP (People Finding People)

People Finding People is a mentoring program in which 12th grade students are matched up to mentor 9th- and 10th-grade students, one on one, throughout the school year. Seniors nominated to mentor have applied and interviewed to be a part of the program.

The application process takes place in the spring of their junior year. As part of the PFP class, students receive training on peer listening, confidentiality, empathy, encouragement, identifying and validating feelings, and simulated situations. During senior year they participate in a year-long class to continue their training and meet with the students they are assigned to.

Each mentoring pair meets once a week during the school day. From struggles to everyday life, students have the opportunity to talk to their upperclassman mentor about anything. 

Attention 9th Grade,10th Grade and Transfer Students!

All 9th grade, 10th grade and transfer students have the opportunity to be paired with a year-long mentor. PFP is a safe place for mentees to share their experiences, work through the stresses of high school, and create a connection with a senior. If you are interested, please contact Ms. Shead or Mr. Beithon.